The NP205 transfer case is a heavy-duty, gear-driven unit manufactured by New Process Gear in Syracuse, New York. It was introduced in 1969 and used until about 1993. The part-time, manual-shift T-case was found in GM, Ford, Dodge, and International Harvester vehicles, and in some construction/industrial equipment.
This transfer case is considered by most people to be nearly indestructible in most applications. The cast iron housing combined with beefy internals puts this case weight at nearly 140 pounds dry. High-range gearing is 1:1, and the NP205 has a low-range ratio of 1.96:1. It was offered in both driver-side and passenger-side front output versions. There were two input mounting configurations: figure-eight racetrack (as shown in the lead image) and a circular six-bolt pattern.